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Friday, October 14, 1821. .BIG SANDY NEWS PAGE THREE U one nevtn i aaa m i i. m vwr w. 'Three VIRGINIA Friendly BURLEY . Gentlemen TURKISH TfccpnfKt Umdof tht Oat perfect agarttte tobacco in on perfect cigarette one-eleven cigarettes 2Gforl5 FALLSBURG Bra McClung filled hi regular ap pointment hsr Sunday morning and night John Ekra Sr. Ii very 111 at thli .writing. John Cochran wont to Kermit Bun day to vlalt hla brother. Will. TF. A. Dyer and wits were visiting on Bear Creek Sunday. Mia Ella Auatln waa the guest of Grace Jordan Thuraday night. Mr. and Mrs. 8am Klnstler. of Ke nova, W. Va were visiting Mr. Ann Cooksey Saturday and Sunday.. Orandma Htlth who haa been real alck la aome better. GEORGES CREEK A Church waa largely attended at Lit tle Ethel Saturday night and Sunday. Curtla Preeton spent the week-end with Paul Preeton of Oraves Shoal. Mra. Oacar Bleaalng haa returned t Columbua, Ohio, after a brief vlalt with her parents here. Herbert Telbert returned to Red Jacket. W. V., after a few daya Tlalt with friends here. Curt Preeton and children of Paints villa epent the day with hla parents, Mr. and Mra. Hamilton Preeton of this place Sunday. ' Mlaa Pearl Sturglll spent the week end with heme folks la Louisa. Mra. Carl Sentera and Mum Abbie Miller were ahopplng her Monday. Mr. and ' Mra.- Fred Stewart spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Go. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Preston vera the Sunday gueata of Mr. and Mra. Ida Preston. Mlsa Claire Preston waa calling oh Miss Ousel Chllders Sunday. Mra. B. C. Spencer waa calling on Mrs. German Walter Friday evening. Bill Burchett waa the Saturday night guest of Edgar Go. Ids Preston of Van Lear spent the week-end with his wlfs here. Edgar Oose and Bill Burchett were calling at Pharoab Chllders Sunday. Bill and Fred Preeton attended church at little Ethel Saturday night Mr. and Mra. Asbury Preston were the Saturday gueata of Mr. and Mrs. 1. P. Mynard'a. Mrs. Liszit Chllders was th Monday guest of Mrs. Julia Chllders. Mr. and Mra. Arch Graves were the pleasant guests of Mrs. Eugene Pres ton. Mies Garnet Borders mad a trip to Louisa last week. Malcolm Burgess waa the Monday guest of Mr, and Mrs. Asbury Pres ton. : V : . -; , - Mlsa Julia Preston spent Sunday with her grandparents. Mason Preston expects to return to Louisa where be ha employment. There will be church at the little Ethel church house Friday night, Sat urday night and Sunday morning. Ev erybody come. WEBBVILLE W understand that there will be a big revival meeting beginning at this I place October 15, by B-o. A. nay. I Mra. Hugh Shepherd sailed on Mr. ! Jim Bmlth. I Mr. and Mra. Henry Webb left Mon ti r. i. v r-.it... ... wt.iiin. M. tly for Holden, W. Va. Motile Kkers Sunday. Nelson Hllman was here Sunday as Car riding will soon bs a thing of uu'- ' ' the past as ths roads are getting In a Curtis Kitchen and Lu tie Kthel Stew Ud condition. art spent (Sunday with Mrs. Oble Qrif- John Bentley Jr. has moved to Paint ,.nt- ' , ' ... , ' . Greek W Va- 1 I Sunday school at this place has been Mrs. Dewey CbalTln who haa fever 'allura for the past few Sun- Is Improving. ,Uy"' , Mrs. Dewey Lewis who haa been ' H- - Thompson waa In our town visiting her mother, baa returned. . ... ... . . . Mlsa Ellaa Hutchison and Mrs. Eva Banks and Martha Webb were Kmma Norrls were visiting jimlson hWln i,,urd- , , Vaughan-s family near Louisa last M" W ' .i'"1 W" -' ! calling on Mrs. Cells B. Griffith Thurs- Mra. Rose Austin went to Ashland . am Sunday. A. B. C. KNOB BRANCH W are sorry to amy th singing at Martha, will doe Sunday. Luther Blamtoaugh mad a trip t Loans last wet. Jake Wheeler, Nola and Elva Ed wards were the dinner guests of Emit and Inns Sparks Sunday, also attended ths singing. Kay Wheeler and wife were the guests of Arthur Boggs Sunday. Mra. Onle Fulks of Colorsdo. Is vis iting, her mother, Nancy Boggs, at Arthur Bogga. Alafalr Stambaugh and Stella West were the evening guests of Battle Hol broek Tuesdsy. I Roberta Stafford waa calling on her ister, Mra. Clara Shepherd recently. Wads Thompson passed up our creek Thursday enroui home from Indiana. Remember the meeting and every body come. ... . . LILT OF THE V ALLEY. When you're in Cincinnati Visit Pogue's For years this great . department store has been an ac knowledged styly center noted for authentic selec lectionsand the famous Pogue quality. The great stocks of Fall and Winter merchan dise are at there best, and the shopping advantages offered you. in both choice and value will, in teem 1 selves, make a trip to this city worth your while. V i. We Extend a Cordial Invitation To You Exposition Week October 15th to 22nd and have prepared some very interesting and attractive selling events for that week. If you need anything for yourself, your family or your home, buy it at Pogue's See our Booth and Poster Display at the Health - Exposition. - THE H. & S. POGUE COMPANY CINCINNATI, OHIO WOMEN GIVE OUT Hnmnwnrk la hard ftnotirh when healthy. Every Louiaa woman wh la P110" KENOVA, W.VA. Mrs. Fred Cunningham, who has been on the sick list. Is able to be out. Mrs. Charley Spencer of Argellite, Ky., Is visiting her mother at Kenova. Ths high school building being erected on Beech street ia n earing com- havlnf backache, blue and nervous spells, dltsy headaches and kidney or bladder troubles, should be glad to heed this Louisa woman's experience: Mrs. J. M. Rankin, Water St, says: j limit Sparks made a trip to Louisa Monday. -Kay . Wheeler was calling on Cecil Ferguson Sunday. Bill Sparks, Is visiting relatives at this place. We are glad to aay Mrs. Arthur Hoggs Is convalescing after a case of typhoid fever. Mlsa Nancy urimtn waa caning on The county officers and private de tectives are trying very hard to learn who the parties were and where they are, that burned the Wayne county court house. . ' Officers Klnstler. Sutfln and Hughes made1 a talp to Dunlow, W. Va., In 1 had a pretty severe attack of. kid- n.v .nri hl.riri.r trouble last vear and I waa up one day and down the next, ' Pursuit of train bandits and gunmen as my back was so painful. I was ; thl wak- . Miss Mary Sparta, daughter of Dr. dizzy and my head ached fit to split. ! we sr. navjng quite a stir in our friends and My reel ana anxies swenea, 100, ana i ' . , . . ,1 was In bad shape during the whole ' I)aMBd prohibiting cows or any kind of year, unflt for any kind of housework. running ai large. . Everything I undertook to do was a Ml SPhla Rice of near Louisa, drag to me. My kidneya didn't act wh0 has been visiting home folks, has regularly, either. I heard about Doan's returned to the city hotel where she .Kidney Pills and sent to the Louisa j1" employed. 1 c. si. - k - , .. t I The infant ion of Mr. and Mm Jnhn I am ' Sutfln has been very sick for a few trn' days, Kidney Pills to others.' Old lewelrv msds new, ATKIN8 Price 0c, at aU dealers. Don't simply iw.lr Hi.mbaush Friday. m.. ,h.i .nil Onnl Kasee were Drug Stors Co. for a box. After ...iiin nn Miu Kremile Snarka Batur- I them I got rid of my trouble. d.v niirhL TWO CHUMS. , only too pleased to recommend Doan's VAUQHAN. WEBBVILLE Rev. Roland Hutchinson preached Shore Sunday afternoon. . After church the congregation adjourned to the Viom of Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Thompson Where their daughter Irene received ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills ths same that Mrs. Ran kin had. Foster- Mllburn Co, Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. PLAIN CITY, OHIO We are sorry to say winter Is com ing so soon, ss it Ik very cold here nllam hv R.v. Hutchinson. We W8Jt HOW. In inform the oeople that Rev. Hutch- I George Flffe has closed out his busl hwon has changed his appointment at its place from the 2nd Sunday to the h Sunday morning and th Saturday ght before. Mrs. Jamea i 1th and Hugh Shep- Vrd were callet o Portsmouth, Ohio, I account of t serious Illness of Ur mother, Mrs " lollle Shepherd. Il)r. and Mrs. Dn Thompson mo Ved to Louisa one day liist week. itorn, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duncan, Saturday, a One girl Helen Eileen. lev. and Mrs. W. W. HanKes 01 land spent the week end with her ther. Mrs. Rebecca Woods. was announced last week that Hay woud begin a revival here 15 but the date has sine been nged to Oct 17. rs. Elisabeth Pennington went to ana last week to vlalt her daugh- Mrs. L. H. Lang. a. Levi Webb Sr. was visiting H. F. Black at Grayson last week. a. Maggie Biewari nas rciurnou Cadmus where she has been vie-relatives. m Roberta Htanora. ot jean, nas i tt fa. riftui with hnr ' .jvriiuiiB j ...... . Mrs. H. R. Shepherd. . Lenh Shepherd and Misses I ana Marina v ruu wens um Mnnilnv nft.mnnn. X.Y.Z. John Curnutte has moved lnta his new house on Maple street We have had a building boom in Kenova this summer, but it Is very much on the decline. COP. Kodaks and VAUGHAN'S. films st ATKINS A ness here and will move to Columbus With his son-in-law. i When Mrs. Mary Alice Scarberry and daughter were driving to town bread truck ran Into her buggy and threw them both out. The buggy was torn to pieces. Mrs. Scarberry was very badly injured. The horse ran a quarter of a mile. Mrs. Sarah Vanhoose and daughter were calling on Mrs. 'Martha Spauldiag Saturday. Hansel Vanhoose of Kentucky, was called home on account of his wife being very sick with diphtheria. Mr. Vanhoose had been here only a short time where he was cutting corn. Carl and Allen Rough, also Isadora Spauldlng, ot Chuckery motored to pjaln City Saturday. . A LONELY GIRL. 3 CMODCUNG-REPAIRINO-CLCANINS I Jvmn FUR STORAGE : 3 UlkW'TANmislAKEUP SKINS OF YOUR OWN CATCH GREEN, FURRIERS lNOORyORATPT) 'BS. IBlrS kUUlSVIULS. S.I. HITCIIINS C. E. Kentner has sold his store to James McClung. Roy Duvall, of Cincinnati, ia Visiting home folks at this place. . Miss Madge Savage who has been in Nebraska for some lm is expected home Boon. J. E. Fields Is on the sick Hat Kent Prlchard ot Ashland was call ing on Harry Savage last week. Dr. T. T. Boys and Harry Savage have formed a partnership and have Kone Into the real estate and insurance business. Dr. T. T. Boys is building a fine house here. ' Misses Lonla and Bess Savage fur nished muslo far the revival recently held here. TWO BY FOUR; IRAD The people around here are busy dig ging potatoes, sowing wheat and mak ing sorghum. Old Jack frost hasn't done us any damage yet, but we are looking for him soon. 'Mrs. Mollie Taylor of Loirisa and Mrs. Ellia Clevenger of Overda passed through here Tuesday. Tom Derifleld was In Louisa Mon day on business. Mrs. Allen Roberts and son were calling on her mother, Mrs. Jennie Carter Saturday and Sunday. Mrs, Mollie Woods, who has been visiting her father, J. W. Carter has returned to her home in Boyd county. Mrs. Laura ChalTlns and Mrs. Jettle Ferrell were calling on Mrs. Ellaha Jobe Sunday. Sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. M. Q. Berry. Urn, Luther Webb was at Mrs. C. Jobe-s Tuesday. , JACK & JILL . YATESVILLE Dudley Cameron, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Denver Holbrook, has been very, alck for a few days. Mrs. Arthur Blankenshlp waa call ing on Mrs. Jessa Barnard of Potter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. En el Wellman are vis iting relatives in Greenup county. Miss Frankle Holbrook waa the guest of the Misses Bradley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Worth Blankenshlp and Mr. and Mrs. Burnls Blankenshlp were visiting James Prlchard and family of Dennis Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barker spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Darner Rlffe. : . Miss Ktzzla Ratuey has returned home from a visit with relatives' in Ohio.'. ' . Mrs. James Bradley was calling on her daughter, Mrs. Denver Holbrook Tuesday. Miss Grace Crank Is visiting rel atives In Holden, W. Va. - B. F. Bentley was In Louisa Satur day. Mlsa Grace Damron spent Saturday night and Sunday with home folks at Irad. Mrs. Jay Vinson and little son of Garrett were recent guests of her sis ter. Mrs. Roy Carter. D. G. Diamond of Holden, W. Va- Is' J visiting relatives and friends at this li.ee ana uw ouie. Miss Gypsy Blankenshlp waa In Louisa recently. Mrs. Conard Carter and little son are spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Damron ot Irad. Kenneth Bradley and Armtridge Holbrook spent Sunday with Chas. Milton and Glenn Bradley. Mrs. Millard Short and Mrs. H. B. Baiters were calling on Mrs. James Hushes recently. Miss Ida Lue Short spent Sunday with Miss Opal Salters. Mr. and Mrs. Heber Rlffe of Cadmus passed through here recently enroute to Louisa. v Bromley Wellman has returned to his home In Logan, W. Va., after spending a few days with Ben and Ernest Bentley. Mrs. Ed Taylor and son of East Fork were recent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Holbrook. Lstest Books and box ststionery at ATKINS sV VAUQHAN. IN MEMORY In memory of our dear sister, Mecca Pennington, who departed this ' life July 25, 1821. ' It la sad that one we cheentsh Should be taken from our home, But the Joys that do not perish, Live In memory alone. :, All the years we've spent together, All the happy golden hours Shall be cherished In remembrance, Fragrants sweet from memory's -flowers. Earth has lost Its look of gladness,' Heaven seems to us more bright Since the spirit of our dear one Took her happy homeward flight. And we long to cross that river, ; Long to rest upon that shore. There to see and know and love her With the Saviour ever more. . Through all the pain at time she'd smile, A snidle ot heavenly birth, And when the angels called her home, She smiled farewell to earth. Heaven retalneth now our treasure. Earth the lonely casket keeps. And the sunbeams love to linger, Where our sainted sister sleeps. HER SISTERS. TWIN BRANCH Silas Jobe was In Louisa Tuesday on business. , The party at Llndsey Jobe's Sunsay night was largely attended. T. N. Newsom, traveling salesman. was here Monday; : AIM), H. M. Wig- ham on Thursday. Maude and Nellie Webb were the pleasant guests ef Birdie Adams Tues day. .. , ,'... , Roscoe Adams, Ivory Jobe and Mrs. Llndsey Jobe were out riding Sunday. Lizzie Kitchen of Dennis was shop ping here recently. Mrs. Sam Burton and Mrs. Howard Burton attended the ball game here Sunday. , The funeral of Mrs. Eliza Splllman will be preached Sunday morning by Rev. Berry and others at the home graveyard. Literary begins here Wednesday night Everybody come out and help us. SMILES, EVERGREEN . : , Farmers are all about done fodder ing. We are glad to say that Mra Cora, Thompson is getting better. ' Bro. Burgess preached a very In teresting sermon here Sunday. The social at thla place Saturday night was largely attended. . .,. , Olad to say the new school baus at this place will be built now m a snort time. It will be a great help to mis community. , Mra Ima Zlrkles and Lou Thomp son spent Monday afternoon with Mra.-. Fletcher Moore. . -j The boys from here went to Tark tin Saturday to play ball. Sue Thompson spent Friday night with er sister,. Mrs. Neal Moore. . .. ' Prayer meeting at this plaoe every Thursday night Also, Sunday school every Sunday morning 1:1ft..,.. ,v; Maggie Moore was calling on her mother Tuesday. . . - The little daughter of Clayton Thompson is very sick. Mrs. Ima Zlrkles and daughter were1 calling on Tilda Wellman Monday. Alvie Martin and Ray Thompson were dinner guests of Neal Moor Monday. Neal Meore and Elbert Zerkles are engaged In the coal business. , Ray Thompson spent Friday night with his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Fletch er Moore. Tilda Wellman was calling on Mrs. Millard Wellman recently. - OLD BLACK JOB. . BETHURUM TO GET $4,000 DRY POSITION Washington, Oct. 2. The office of legal adviser to the State Prohibition Director for Kentucky will be merged, with the offlce-of Assistant to the Di rector, and B. J. Bethurum, Somerset, will handle the work of the two of lice. Representative John W, Langley, Tenth District, said today, following a conference last night with Federal Prohibition-Director Roy L. Haynes. The salary will be $4,000. As a result of eliminating the office of legal adviser, which would have paid a salary of $2,500, two additional prohibition field agents will be assign ed to Kentucky. Mr. Langley said that he expects fifteen more agents t be assigned to the State as soon as the next appro priation is passed, i BAD DETOUR IN WAYNE COUNTY ROAD WILL TRY TO SAVE WORKS OF FAMOUS "MOUND BUILDERS" iOr-ja . t-tfOVVtjrtJut ;t JfrSl ,M,-v" scientists are moving to 'save the by tho American mounds built i'n Ohio, Illinois and elsewhere- "mound builders" who preceded the Indians. Above ia the largest of all, the "Serpent Mouud,'- kxatcdilOO milei out of Cincinnati. There is a piece of road in Wayne county between Fort Gay and Wayne that Is almost impassable. It is a de tour made necessary by the manner in . which the contracts on the new road have managed their work, it is said. If this be true they should be forced to keep the detour In passable condi tion. Automobiles can hardly get thru and wagons go Into the mud to the hubs. A few large rocks have' been dumped Into the mud holes, it is said, making them more difficult to get thru than otherwise would have been. . PATE McKENZIE : . . CASE CONTINUED After the Jury was in the box and the trial of Pate McKenzle was start ed, on motion of the defense the case was continued until the October term ' of the Johnson Circuit Court McKen- . zie is Indicted charged with the mur der ot Police Chief James Melvln. He was recently brought from the hospital to the county jail, being shot in the fight when Chief of Police Jas. Melvin and United States Marshal. Reynolds were killed. Palntsville Her aid. ' . LAW PERTAINING TO TRANS-' ; PORTING OF BOOZE UPHELD- Frankfort, Ky., Oct T.-'TSe Court of Appeals today upheld the validity -at : the prohibition law as to the transpor tation of liquor in the case ot A. R. . Dials, Lawrence county, charged with transportlng liquor Into the county.. The conviction was reversed, however,, because the Indictment was detective Truth and Honesty 1 Pay Large Dividends 17600 rating got by hustling. We are large dealers in hides, furs and gin seng. We pay five cents a pound for veal calf hides, under 15 lbs., "Old Brlndle" hide $5 If weight is In the hide. Horse. hldo tl.60 and $2.10. 35c an, ounce for ginseng. Winter musk rata $1.00 and fall EOc. We repair our store, we reduce the price. $4.75 barrel 5 bu. White Snow big stock flour laid in. 16a package for 2 lb. sugar; 2 package beech nut 15c; pure lard 15c; 1 lb. heavy to bacco 15c; Jaw tobacco 14c; 60c bottle Foley's Honey & Tar,' 12 eggs; SOc size 6 eggs. 6 lbs. salt 10c; half gal-. Ion red syrup, 26c; I pints peanuts 10c, gum candy 15c lb.; 2 packages chew gum 5c; big stock lemons, 2 for 5c; oranges 6 tor 25c. Sugar pears, big Rome Beauty apples, bananas. If any one wants to sell fat yearlings at' 5o pound in groceries, they are , worth 8c and 10c in Cincinnati. Don't give them away. We opened up meat market In connection . with our groc ery store. . We sell soup bones 5c; ribs 6o; forequarters 10o;. round steak 15c. We drive up head of Brushy and Rac coon down Big Blaine, head of Tarklln and Raccoon. We lake eggs and poul try at high cash price; 5 lbs. sugar for 12 eggs. We will buy all the grass butter you bring at 18o per pound. We sell i lbs. canned pie peaches for Ibo in eggs and butter-only. Plenty chop ' to feed horse 16c gallon,, trough to feeti In. ...... ..... '..' Furs going to be high at our fur house. H. J. Pack, manager Big Blaine Produce Co., has lOBt six head of hors es and one milk cow In the last 12 years. We give our customers all advant age. You save 25 per cent by giving us your trade. We turn dollars 900 times a year. Send your muskrats and ginseng by parcel post. We send big check. Tell right place. We have two teams hauling for on They are hon est and hustlers." Webbvllle and Lou isa. See our prices before buying. We lead off Blaine, Ky. It Big Blaine Produce Co. H. J. Peek, Mgr.' Buyer. BLAINE I KENTUCKY 1 l.